Hiram Salsano is an artist from Campania, Italy. She has shared a piece called Tarantà for our music repository on the website of the European Folk Day. It is included in her self-produced album “Bucolica”. It is her debut album the debut album and she presents it as follows: «Bucolica is a sound dimension that starts from the countryside and the oral tradition of southern Italy, through archaic songs, donated to the contemporary. A transmission of memories, which tries to relive with a strongly current need. “Rocks, blades of grass, myrtle and mastic; I want to get lost and find myself among these elements”». Thank you, Hiram! Her great picture is by Francesco Marini.
Listen to it and to the other pieces we already have in: https://europeanfolkday.eu/music-repository/
Why the music repository? In our objective of disseminating the folk musics done in Europe nowadays we want to provide to the mass media who want to talk about the European Folk day (and also to the public) a good bunch of diverse recordings to reflect to some extent the vast artistic legacy we have.
What can you do if you are a musician? Select a recording that you love specially and of which you have the rights, send it to email@example.com stating that you have the rights of the recording and you allow us to publish it on the website of the European Folk Day. You can also put us in touch with a journalist or influencer who would be interested in supporting us to tell the world about the European Folk Day!
What can you do if you are not a musician? For now, listen to the pieces in https://europeanfolkday.eu/music-repository/ and share it with everybody!
And if you share anything on the social media, be sure to tag it with #europeanfolkday #europeanfolkday2023